Does the speaker seem happy about his decision ? (The Road Not Taken)

 no because he expresses his feelings of sigh in one of the line . and he feels regretted that he should take the one.....

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yes,because the writer experienced a different way by taking the road in which less people travelled.As he told in the poem about the two roads.

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yes, the poet felt happy as he took a road less travelled . there are many people who would like to take the first road but i feel taking the second road will be more interesting.

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Yes, the poet felt happy about his decision. The sigh which is referred in the poem means "relief". He feels reliefed for being able to choose a road which has brought success in his life. The line " and that has made all the difference' is an evidence for the fact he being happy. By this line he meant to say that his decision has brought a difference in his life. The poet is happy about his decision.

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Yes the poet was happy about his decision He was satisfied and successful in his life. The poet felt sad at a moment because he had wished to travel both the roads but certainely he couldn't as he was a single traveller. Else he was satisfied with his decision.
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we can't say.The speaker uses the word 'sigh' in the last para which is often an expression of regret.But actually, the meaning of word is 'emit a long, deep audible breath expressing sadness, relief, tiredness, or similar.'WE GENERALLY IN THIS POEM TAKE IT AS AN EXPRESSION OF SADNESS AS IN CONTEXT ROBERT'S PAST.   SO HE  MAY BE HAPPY OR SAD WITH HIS CHOICE.WE CAN'T SAY ABOUT IT.AND THE DIFFERENCE HE  TALKED ABOUT ,IT MAY BE A Negative OR POSITIVE ONE    
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of course. He is really happy on his dicision.He choose that way and he said that he doesn't know whether he come back or not . then also he decided to travel in the way he choosen. this shows that he is happy
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Thus is the answer

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No the poet was not happy his decision the right answer is in the image of the answer above.pls see that
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The poet has regretted his choice
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No he seems to be happy but actually he sad that he went to the other country inspite of choosing his own nation . He realised that if he have started by writing poems in his own country so he would be a better , wll known and a more famous poet today. Hope yu liked the answer.
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No,I don't think the poet was happy about his decision bcoz he himself writes that he regretted for his decision.And he was not able to try the other road as well . He says that it made all the difference as he made a wrong decision which changed his life .
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No,the interjection "oh"!express his regret bcoz he kept the first one for another day knowing that he would never got another chance to retrace his steps & take the other road . Whether the choise was right or wrong couldn't be decided at that moment . Only after ages he would be able to tell whether his choice was right or wrong
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yes,speaker seems to be from his decision because it is given in line
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when he was at a stage of making decision to choose a road he was not happy but was in a confused state.But at present he is happy of the decisions he has made.
                                
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The poet reaches a point where the road forked into two. The poet was in a dilemma (confusion) as to which road he has to take. He waited there for a long time an then decided to take the road which was less travelled actually he chooses the road which is more Grassy and kept the other road for some other day while knowing that one road leads to another road and he will not be able to come back and then take that lefted road. In future he would telling this with a sigh that he had chooses the which is less travelled by and more Grassy which has made all the difference in his life...
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No he isn't happy.
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No
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Yes the poet likes his desicion 
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the speaker seems really happy as he says that he will rember it for many years and feels it as a sigh of relief for making his right choice and he mentions that the road which he took made the differnce
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Yes he was happy
 
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It reveals that that the poet would be telling his story with a sense of regret as the alternative chosen by him did not yield him satisfactory result.He is not excited while telling the story of his life as he feels that he had taken the other road things sense of dissatisfaction in last stanza of the poem.
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Yes the speaker seems to be happy and satisfied when he says that he has made all the differences.He regretted that he could not travel the other way...
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yes he was happy 
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Yes, he is really happy on his decision . He choose that way and he said that he does not know whether he come back or not then also he decided to travel in the way he choosen, this shows that he was happy.
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The speaker chose the second road because it was less travelled by people and he wanted adventours road
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It reveals that that the poet would be telling his story with a sense of regret as the alternative chosen by him did not yield him satisfactory result.He is not excited while telling the story of his life as he feels that he had taken the other road things sense of dissatisfaction in last stanza of the poem. hiii
 
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Yes, the poet (Robert Frost), seems to be happy with his decision because he wants to be unique. And moreover he just compared both the roads with his life. He feels relieved in his decision which brought success in his life. We (should) work hard to reach our destination and be happy at last.........
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no because after some time he realized he is on a wrong path
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